Frontline/World

2002, TV Show

A series within the PBS documentary series focusing on international stories (three per episode). Produced in collaboration with the University of California-Berkeley's School of Journalism.

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Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

'You must learn how to say no', booms Ugandan evangelical minister Martin Ssempa. 'Say I do not want to have sex. I have chosen not to have sex'. So begins this Rough Cut, which looks at the controversy over U.S. funding for AIDS relief in Africa.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

Two decades after Bill Moyers and FRONTLINE first began chronicling their story, have the Stanleys found an economic foothold? Find out in this sneak preview from Two American Families, airing July 9.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

Trying to become a baseball star in a small, poor country in West Africa, where soccer is the sport of choice, is a tall order. But as reporter Zachary Stauffer discovers in this week's Rough Cut, Ghana has some true believers in America's game.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

Known as the Las Vegas of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is a boomtown where men outnumber women three to one. Prostitution is illegal but rampant. Photojournalist Mimi Chakarova goes undercover to investigate.

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Premiered: May 23, 2002, on PBS
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Premise: A series within the PBS documentary series focusing on international stories (three per episode). Produced in collaboration with the University of California-Berkeley's School of Journalism.

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